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        OUR MUTUAL FRIEND. Extra-Illustrated

      London:: Chapman & Hall,. 1865.. 8vo. 1st book edition (Smith I, 15). 2 volumes (xi, [1], 320 pp; 309, [3] pp). Reader slip prior to p. 1 in Vol II. Front wrappers of Parts issue bound-in at rear.. Early 20th C. 3/4 green morocco binding with marbled paper boards & eps. TEG.. Spine sunned to a mellow golden tan. Some extremity wear, notably at. tips. Nevertheless, a handsome VG+ set.. 40 illustrations by Marcus Stone [20 each volume]. Extra-illustrated with numerous plates/illustrations from later editions.

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        Malay Ladies

      Ca. 1865.. Fine. An unmounted albumen photograph of a group of Malay women and children, with number and title at the lower left "158 Malay ladies". With the blind stamp for G. R. Lambert & Co., Singapore at the lower right. The entire group is seated, with most of the women weaving and working with cloth, with large panels of cloth erected as a backdrop. Lambert & co., commercial photographers in Singapore, 1867 - c. 1914. Founded by the German-born Gustave Richard Lambert (b.1846), the firm was by the end of the 19th century the largest and most successful studio in South-East Asia, maintaining branches at various times in Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, and Sumatra. It was appointed photographer to the king of Siam in 1880 and was also extensively patronized by the British colonial authorities to record political occasions and official visits. Although Lambert's personal presence in Singapore was sporadic, under the management of Alexander Koch the studio assembled the most extensive photographic documentation of the area, with a catalogue of views covering almost the entire Malay archipelago. - The Oxford Companion to the Photograph. 7 1/2 x 10".

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        Introduction l'tude de la Mdecine Exprimentale [l'Etude de la Medecine Experimentale]

      J B Baillire et fils Paris 1865. Very Good with no dust jacket 1st Ed 1st Pr Hardcover Page edges soiled, stamp htp, os, lt wear. Crisp. Modern 1/4 leather with marbled boards. First issue points present. French language text. Internally fine, with ownership signature on flyleaf and one small stamp on half-title. "Landmark medico-philosophical work . in which he analyzed the philosophical basis of the scientific method and its application to the study of living beings." - Grolier 100 Books Famous in Medicine. Printing And The Mind of Man 353.; 400 pages

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        The Flag of America Shall Never Grow Dim, Nor One Star be Obliterated from its Bright Galaxy! Maj. Gen. Hancock's First Army Corps of Veterans. A splendid opportunity to form a grand national guard, to vindicate the nati

      1 sheet. 19 x 12 inches (48 x 30 cm). Broadside. First edition. Three illustrations show an artillery man before a canon, a sailor, and a mounted cavalryman. A recruitment broadside for Winfield Scott Hancock's First Army Corps of Veterans by Philadelphia Chief of Detective Police, Benjamin Franklin. On the 28th of November, 1864, an order was issued by the War Department for raising and organizing twenty thousand infantry under command of Major General Winfield S. Hancock, to be enlisted for not less than one year. The privates were to consist only of able-bodied veterans who had served honorably, not less than two years, and therefore not subject to the draft; the officers to be commissioned by the President from those who had honorably served not less than two years. Shows the multiple bounties paid for varying terms of enlistment. Quite uncommon. OCLC locates only two copies: Lib. Co. Phila. & Lib. Congress. A very good copy, small cellotape repair at fold, minor wear at extremities, small crease.

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        La Traite L'migration et la Colonisation au Brsil.

      ix, 336, 2 pp. 8vo. Green buckram with original yellow wrappers bound in, gilt titles. First edition thus. Borba de Moraes I, 253. Leclerc 3203. Garraux p.103. Conrad: Brazilian Slavery 116. "Extrait de la Revue du monde colonial, asiatique et americain." Expilly, who explains the details of emigration, was very critical of Brazil's treatment of slaves especailly away from the major population centers. Quite uncommon. Last at auction in 1978. A very good or better copy, gilt accession numbers on spine, otherwise no further external or internal markings, original wrappers lightly soiled, small chip on corner of front wrapper professionally repaired, scattered foxing, new binding fine.

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        Handbuch der allgemeinen und speciellen Chirurgie mit Einschluss der topographischen Anatomie, Operations- und Verbandlehre. Herausgegeben von (F.) Pitha und (Ch.A.Th.) Billroth.

      8°. Mit 136 Stahlstichen und 52 lithographierten Umrisstafeln im Atlasband sowie 95 Tafeln und über 2000 Textholzschnitten in den Textbänden. Schwarze Originalhalblederbände mit goldgeprägten Rückentiteln und Rückenvergoldung. 4 Bände in 19 Bänden + Atlasband. Hirsch.-H. I, 1542 und 4620. - Vollständiges Exemplar des umfangreichsten deutschen chirurgischen Werkes der 2. Hälfte des 19. Jahrhunderts. Von schönster Erhaltung. Komplett selten.

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        Atlas géographique de la République du Pérou. Publié aux frais du gouvernement péruvien. Edition française par Arsène Mouqueron avec la collaboration de Manuel Rouaud y Paz Soldan.

      Gross-Folio. Titel, 82 (recte 80) S. Text und 73 handkolorierte meist lithographierte Karten, Pläne und Anichten auf Tafeln. Halblederband des 20. Jahrhunderts mit goldgeprägtem Rückenschild. Phililips 5150. - Sabin 59325. - Palau 215885. - Erste französische Ausgabe. Erschien im gleichen Jahr bei Firmin Didot in Paris in Spanisch als 'Atlas geografico del Peru'. - Der grösste und schönste Atlas über Peru, zusammengestellt von Felipe Paz Soldan (1821-1886), Historiker und Geograph, mit einer langen politischen Karriere unter verschiedenen Präsidenten. Neben dem Atlas, der ab 1861 in Lieferungen erschien, veröffentlichte er eine umfassende Geschichte Perus und ein geographisches Lexikon des Landes. - Die bibliographischen Angaben über die Tafelanzahl gehen auseinander. Unser Exemplar umfasst 73, es werden jedoch auch Exemplare mit 72 oder 74 Tafeln und Karten erwähnt. Das Tafelverzeichnis bleibt dabei unklar. Das vorliegende, vollständig handkolorierte Exemplar umfasst: 2 mehrfach gefaltete Gesamtkarten, 19 Detailkarten, 28 Pläne, 24 Tafeln mit 30 Ansichten (davon 1 gefaltetes grosses Panorama, 2 doppelblattgrosseTafeln). - Die Ansichten zeigen Städte, dabei die grosse Panoramaansicht von Paz Soldans Heimatstadt Arquipa (ca. 140x29 cm) und Indigene. Die meisten der Tafeln in Federlithographie nach Daguerrotypien. Mit einem Vorwort des Übersetzers. - Seite 55/56 sind in der französischen Ausgabe nicht vorhanden. Text durchgehend etwas stockfleckig. - Karten und Tafeln frisch und sauber. Ein Ausnahmeexemplar. - First French edition. The same year it was edited in Spanish by Firmin Didot in Paris under the title 'Atlas geografico del Peru'. The biggest and most beautiful atlas of Peru, compiled by Felipe Paz Soldan (1821-1886), historian and geographer with a long political carrier under different presidents. Next to the atlas which was published as a series from 1861 onwards, he edited a complete history of Peru and a historical encyclopaedia of the country. -The bibliographic descriptions and the number of plates diverge. Our copy includes 73 plates, but copies with either 72 or 74 plates and maps are mentioned. The table of contents is very ambiguous. This entirely hand-coloured copy includes: 2 manifold folded general maps, 19 detailed maps, 28 plans, 24 plates with 30 views (of which 1 folded panorama and 2 double-paged plates). The views show cities, amongst them the large panoramic view of Paz Soldans hometown Arquipa (ca. 140x29 cm) and Indigene. Most plates are lithographs done after daguerreotypes. With a foreword from the translator. - Pages 55/56 are not included in the French edition. Text throughout somewhat foxed. Maps and plates fresh and clean. An exceptional copy. [7 Warenabbildungen bei]

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        Geschichte von Böhmen. Band 1 - 5. Größtentheils nach Urkunden und Handschriften.

      Der ersten Auflage zweiter Abdruck. XVI,495 / VI,392+VI, 410 / VIII,424 + VI,549,1 + VI,337,1 / VI,554, + VI,704 S + 2 Seiten mit "Druckfehler". / XII,472 + XVIII,586 S. Zeitgen. Or.-Halbledereinbände auf 4 echten Bünden mit Rücken-Gold-Beschriftung. Dekorative Reihe, zeitbedingt ein wenig brüchig an den Kapitalen. Bände in einheitliche, zeitgen. Halbledereinbände eingebunden, mit marmoriertem Buchschnitt. (Band 4 mit kl. seitlichen Haareinriß). Innen insges. angebräunt, stockig. Kl. Stempel und winzige "Privat-Bibl-Nr." a. d. Tbl. Vereinzelt, sehr zart, mit Bleistift- bzw. (sehr selten) mit roten Unterstreichungen. Band 1: Urgeschichte und die Zeit der Herzoge in Böhmen bis zum Jahre 1197. Die gefalt. Beilage, der Stammbaum der "Premysliden" in einer sehr guten Kopie. (Seite 495 in Band 1 mit altem Einriß, gut unterlegt; ) //..// Band 2 / 1.Abt.: Böhmen als erbliches Königreich unter den Premysliden. Vom Jahre 1197 - 1306. //..// 2.Bd./2.Abt: Böhmen unter dem Hause Luxemburg, bis zum Tode Kaiser Karls IV. Jahre 1306 - 1378. Mit der 2. Stammtafel der Premysliden im Anhang. //..// Bd.3/1.Abt.: Böhmen unter König Wenzel IV, bis zum Ausbruch der Hussitenkriege. Vom Jahre 1378 - 1419. //..// Bd.3/2.Abt.: Der Hussitenkrieg, vom 1419 - 1431. //..// Bd.3/3.Abt.: Böhmen und das Baseler Concil. Sigmund und Albrecht Jahre 1431 - 1439. //..// Bd.4/1.Atb.: Die Zeit von 1439 bis zu. K. Ladislaws Tode 1457. //..// Bd.4/2.Abt.: Das Zeitalter Georgs von Podiebrad. //..// Bd.5/1.Abt.: Das Zeitalter der Jagelloniden. König Wladislaw II von 1471 bis 1500. Bd.5/2.Abt. König Wladislaw II und König Ludwig I. (Alles Erschienene)

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        St. Goar on the Rhine

      London: circa 1865. Chromolithograph. Trimmed and mounted on board as issued. In excellent condition, with the exception of a tear in the image. Scratch in upper section of image with small puncture mark. Image size: 16 ¾ x 25 13/16. 22 5/16 x 31 inches. A picturesque view of St. Goar on the Rhine by the celebrated landscape painter, Thomas Richardson. Thomas M. Richardson , born and died in Newcastle upon Tyne, but spent a considerable amount of time traveling in France, Switzerland, Italy and Germany, and produced lithographs of the watercolours he did there. This excellent study on the Rhine being a perfect example. The printing, a major element in the success of a chromolithograph, was done by M. & N. Hanhart. Richardson was son and pupil of T. M. Richardson the Elder, who taught him to work in oils and watercolours. After his father's death, Richardson the Younger worked exclusively in watercolour. He was a member of the Society of Painters in Watercolour and a member of the Royal Scottish Academy. Chromolithography was achieved by using a series of carefully registered tint stones to create a smooth richly coloured image. This printing process became immensely popular towards the end of the nineteenth century and was widely used in fine art as well as commercial printing. One of the most important chromolithographic firms was M & N Hanhart in London. The firm, founded by Michael Hanhart, began publishing its first prints in 1840 and remained in business until the end of the century. Hanhart's was known for its large separately published chromolithographs, but it printed everything from book illustrations to song sheets. This stunning print after Richardson is a fine example of Hanhart's superior chromolithographs. Its intense colour and meticulous detailing is common of Hanhart's superior printing techniques representing the best example of nineteenth century chromolithography. Benezit, Dictionary of Artists

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        Crónica de la Provincia de Madrid. [Junto con:] Crónica de la Provincia de Guadalajara. [Junto con:] Crónica de la Provincia de Cuenca. [Junto con:] Crónica de la Provincia de Toledo. [Junto con:] Crónica de la Provincia de Ciudad Real

      Madrid, Ronchi y Compañía, Editores, 1865 - 1869 ("Crónica General de España"). Cinco tomos en un volúmen en gran folio; XXIV pp., 246 pp., 1 h. y 19 láminas + 66 pp., 1 h. y 4 láminas + 78 pp., 1 h. y 5 láminas + 112 pp. y 7 láminas + 96 pp. y 6 láminas. Las obras contienen además ilustraciones entre el texto. Encuadernación de época, en media piel.

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        A Digest of the Laws of Jamaica from 33 Charles II. to 28 Victoria

      1865. [Jamaica]. Minot, James, Compiler. A Digest of the Laws of Jamaica from 33 Charles II. to 28 Victoria. [Kingston] Jamaica: M. Decordova, McDougall, & Co., 1865. xii, [1], 817 pp. Folding table. Octavo (8-1/2" x 5-1/2"). Contemporary quarter calf over cloth, lettering piece and blind fillets to spine, endpapers renewed. Moderate rubbing to extremities with some chipping to spine ends. Toning to text, spotting and stains to a few leaves, repairs to upper corners of preliminaries. Early owner signature to head of dedication leaf, interior otherwise clean. Ex-library. Location label to spine, small inkstamp to title page. A nice copy of a scarce title. * Covers laws issued from 1681 to 1865. Taken from the Spanish in 1655, Jamaica was governed by a constitution granted by Charles II in 1681. It became a Crown Colony (placed under direct rule) in 1866. Minot's digest encapsulates the laws of Jamaica just before this change of government. OCLC locates 12 copies in North American law libraries. Sweet & Maxwell, A Legal Bibliography of the British Commonwealth 7:302.

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        Pharmacopoea Germaniae.

      Kl.-4°. X, 393 S. Halbleinenband der Zeit (gering berieben). Erste Ausgabe der ersten deutschen Gesamtpharmakopöe. - Schelenz 728; Adlung/Urdang 334. - Mit dem 10 Arzneibücher ersetzenden Werk wurde als bedeutendste Neuerung das Dezimalgewicht eingeführt. "Dieses pharmazeutisch wertvolle, ausschließlich von Apothekern verfaßte Buch ist amtlich nur in Sachsen verwendet worden, hat sich großer Beliebtheit erfreut und im Jahre 1867 noch eine zweite Auflage erlebt" (A./U.). - Titel stockfleckig, sonst gut erhalten.

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        Thomas Spencer Wells autograph letter to Horatio Storer on Ovariotomy + 7 letters on gynecology by others

      1865. Important 19th-Century A.Ls.s. on Abdominal Hysterectomy and Ovariotomy STORER, Horatio R. (1830-1922). Collection of 8 A.Ls.s. to Storer from 8 different physicians, October 8, 1865-November 19, 1878. Various sizes. 16pp. in all, plus postmarked cover to one letter, and a small sepia-toned photograph of a portrait of Benjamin Waterhouse (very faded, chipped and creased). Creased where folded, otherwise fine. A fascinating collection of letters written to one of the foremost American gynecologists of the nineteenth century, mostly pertaining to his successful operation for abdominal hysterectomy-the fourth such operation performed in the United States. The D.A.B. cites Storer as the establisher of the specialty of gynecology, "not hitherto recognized as a distinct branch of medicine," and he was a founder of the Journal of the Gynaecological Society of Boston, the first journal devoted exclusively to the diseases of women. He published many books on gynecological and related topics, including several on abortion, to which he was opposed. His major surgical achievements were the operation for abdominal hysterectomy and the performance, in 1868, of the world's first cesarean-hysterectomy. Storer's correspondents included some of the most distinguished names in American and English surgery: T. Spencer Wells (1818-97), whom Ricci (p. 477) called "the greatest ovariotomist of the preantiseptic age" (see G-M 6056); Edmund Randolph Peaslee (1817-78), author of Ovarian Tumors; Their Pathology, Diagnosis and Treatment, Especially by Ovariotomy, 1872) and performer of the second double ovariotomy in America (1850); Washington Atlee (1808-78), who operated successfully on vesico-vaginal fistula (1860; see G-M 6047), and who together with his brother John performed the first abdominal myomectomy (1844); Willard Parker (1800-1884), the first American to operate for appendicitis (1867; see G-M 3564); Isaac Hays (1796-1879), longtime editor of the American Journal of the Medical Sciences; Henry Austin Martin (1824-84), who was the first to write on the use of adhesive plaster in surgery. The collection also includes letters from James[?] Dana and J. A. Menzies, who are not noticed in our references. In 1866 Storer published his account of the "Successful Removal of the Uterus and Both Ovaries by Abdominal Section" in the January number of the American Journal of the Medical Sciences. No fewer than five of the eight letters in this collection refer to Storer's operation, the report of which he must have circulated prior to its publication in the journal, as three of these five letters were written in late 1865. Isaac Hays, the editor of the journal that published Storer's paper, wrote to him on October 8 to refer him to Koeberle's performance of the first successful extirpation of the uterus and ovaries (1863; see G-M 6052). Washington Atlee, in his letter of November 19, discussed an unconfirmed report of a hysterectomy performed by Dr. Land, noted that his own brother John had never removed a uterus, and referred Storer to the account of Baker Brown's fatal case in the October 1865 number of the American Journal of the Medical Sciences. Willard Parker, in his letter of November 29, stated that he had never performed abdominal hysterectomy but had once removed a prolapsed uterus through the vulva. The more important of the remaining two letters referring to Storer's operation was that of E. R. Peaslee, written on March 8, 1866; it praised Storer's report as "a most interesting and a very able paper" and one that "must convince all candid minds that extirpation of the uterus is sometimes a justifiable operation." The remaining letter in this series was written on March 5, 1866 by James[?] Dana, who described himself as having "been now almost forty years out of medical practice." Of the three letters that do not mention Storer's operation, the most valuable by far is that of Spencer Wells, who wrote to Storer on April 17, 1867 to discuss his own unsatisfactory experience with use of cautery in ovariotomy, and to report his current success rate after the completion of over 200 ovariotomies. Wells wrote his letter on the blank verso of a printed "Table of Cases to Accompany Mr. Spencer Wells's Fourth Series of Fifty Cases of Ovariotomy," which provides the pertinent data for fifty cases of completed ovariotomy performed between December 1865 and March 1867. Wells reported on 500 such cases between 1856 and 1872, with an overall mortality rate of 25%. In his letter, written when he had completed 207 operations, he gave the mortality rates for the first and second hundred (34% and 28% respectively), as well as the overall rate (31%) and his success rate with the seven operations completed since. Wells also mentioned Storer's "clamp shield," an instrument designed to shield the clamps used in the pre-antiseptic era for the extra-abdominal treatment of the ovarian stump after ovariotomy. Wells had not yet been able to obtain one of these shields, and asked Storer to write to the manufacturer to "stir him up." H. A. Martin's letter, written on November 19, 1878, was a request for a photographic negative of the portrait of Benjamin Waterhouse, which Martin planned to reproduce in an article on Waterhouse and the introduction of vaccination in America; a copy of the photograph is included in this collection. The final letter in this collection was from J. A. Menzies, a British physician in Naples, who discussed the illness of Storer's daughter and the problem of halting the spread of syphilis. D.A.B. (Storer). Ricci, Development of Gynaecological Surgery and Instruments, pp. 447 (Peaslee); 469; 563 (Storer); 477-82 (Wells). Rutkow, History of Surgery in the U.S., GY20 (Atlee); GSp142 (Martin); GYp42-45 (Peaslee). Speert, Obstetrics & Gynecology in America, pp. 180-81 (Storer); 129 (Peaslee).

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        Das Schleswig'sche Wattenmeer und die friesischen Inseln. Mit 10 Bildern und 1 Karte nach Originalzeichnungen.

      VIII, 277 S. Mit 10 getönten lithograph. Tafeln u. 1 mehrfach gefalteten getönten lithograph. Karte. Dunkelblauer Halbleinen der Zeit mit goldgeprägtem Rückentitel. Erste Ausgabe. - Alberti 687, 12. - "Ich habe mir vorgenommen ein Buch zu schreiben über meine kleine Welt, über meine kleinen nordfriesischen Inseln, meinen kleinen inselfriesischen Volksstamm und das große, gewaltige ... viel gefährdende und dereinst verschlingende Nordmeer" (Vorwort). - "Es ist H's Verdienst das Überlieferte im Sinne einer umfassenden Heimatkunde aufgezeichnet zu haben. Ohne ihn wäre das geschichtliche Wissen von den Besonderheiten Sylts und den nordfriesischen Inseln geringer" (Biographisches Lexikon für Schleswig-Holstein und Lübeck, Band 7, S. 129ff.) - Mit Abbildungen des Hafens von Husum, des Morsumkliffs, von Wyck u. Boldixum auf Föhr u. von Sylt (Keitum, Westerland, Hörnum u.a.). - Widmung auf Vortitel, durchgehend gering stockfleckig.

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        Autograph Letter Signed

      No Binding. AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED, to Reverend J. T. Freeman. Davis writes to Reverend Freeman thanking him for a proposed endowment to support the former President of the Confederacy. The letter provides a poignant glimpse of the former leader's post-war plight. He tells of his personal loss and hardship, but at the same time expresses his pride and gratitude for the enduring love and confidence of the Southern people. JEFFERSON DAVIS AFTER THE END OF THE CIVIL WAR: "At dawn on May 10, 1865, Davis was captured near Irwinville, Ga. He was imprisoned in a damp casemate at Fort Monroe, Va., and was put in leg-irons. Though outraged Northern public opinion brought about his removal to healthier quarters, Davis remained a prisoner under guard for two more years. Finally, in May 1867, he was released on bail and went to Canada to regain his shattered health. Several notable Northern lawyers offered their free services to defend him in a treason trial, which Davis longed for. The government, however, never forced the issue, many believe because it feared that such a trial might establish that the original Constitution gave the states a right to secede. The case was finally dropped on Dec. 25, 1868.... Davis made five trips to Europe in an effort to regain his health, and for a few years he served as president of an insurance company in Memphis, Tenn. In 1877 he retired to Beauvoir, a small Gulf-side estate near Biloxi, Miss., which a patriotic admirer provided for him. There he wrote his Rise and Fall of the Confederate Government. Though pressed to enter the U.S. Senate, he declined to "ask for amnesty," for he felt he had done nothing wrong in fighting for states' rights under the Constitution, and he never regained his citizenship. He remained the chief spokesman and apologist for the defeated South. Davis' citizenship was restored posthumously in 1978" (Britannica).Two pages, folded 8vo sheet with integral blank. Fine.

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        Military Map Showing The Marches Of The United States Forces Under Comman Of Maj. Genl. W. T. Sherman. U. S. A. During The Years 1863, 1864, 1865

      St. Louis, 1865. No Binding. Very Good. 26 3/8 x 46 inches. Lithograph. Inscription in red ink. Mounted on acid-free paper, some tape stains, reinforced splits & restoration at few fold intersections, very good. Separately published. The first edition of a remarkably detailed military map that provided the best contemporaneous cartographic record of the Georgia campaign. With a manuscript inscription in behalf of Sherman in the hand of Brevet Colonel William E. Merrill at lower right: "Compliments of Lieut. Gen. Sherman Wm. E Merrill Maj. Engn. & Bvt. Col." The map contains precise and important military detail of the campaign, including the routes of the various corps of the Union army and of the cavalries of both combatants, and the fortifications of both sides. This work was a compilation of the numerous maps made in the field during the campaign as well as of other sources, which are enumerated in the list of "Authorities" above the title. Merrill was head of the Topographical Department of the Army of the Cumberland and was charged with creating the maps to be used by commanders during the campaign depicted here. He directed one of the most remarkable and important mapmaking operations that had yet to be seen in a military context. "And not only did Merrill see to it that Sherman's armies had the best maps of any Civil War army, he made certain that the maps were continually updated and promptly distributed (McElfresh). Because of the distance of the campaign's theatre from Washington, DC, and because commercial maps of the South did not provide adequate detail for military operations, it was deemed necessary to create a fully portable mapmaking facility to accompany the army. A printing press, two heavy lithographic presses, and other printing devices to rapidly create copies were involved. An excellent account of this operation can be found on the Library of Congress web site: The result of this intensive cartographic activity can be seen on this map, which is far and away superior to any commercial map of the period. A smaller version of this map appeared considerably later in the U. S. War Department's Atlas to Accompany the Official Records of the Union and Confederate Armies, 1891-95.Stevenson 72; McElfresh, E. Maps & Mapmakers of the Civil War, pp. 244-45.

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        Ladies' Botany: or a Familiar Introduction To the Study of the Natural System of Botany. Sixth ed. 2 vols.

      London, Henry G. Bohn, 1865. 8vo. 2 orig. full green cloth. Richly gilt backs. 2 corners bumped. 2 cm. of upper part of first title cut away, no loss of text. Uncut. First title browned, otherwise clean and fine. XV,300,VIII,279 pp. and 50 handcoloured engraved plates. One plate torn, but repaired.. BMC NH III: 1120

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        View of New York City from Hoboken, New Jersey

      Thomas W. Whitley, 1865. AN EVOCATIVE EARLY EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY VIEW OF MANHATTAN BY RENOWNED LANDSCAPE PAINTER T.W. WHITLEY Oil on paper laid on panel Paper size: 13 1/2" x 26 1/4" Frame size: 32 1/2" x 36" Signed and dated l.l. WHITLEY 65 This evocative nineteenth-century landscape painting of Manhattan from Hoboken, New Jersey was painted by Thomas W. Whitley, who emigrated from his native England to the United States in the early 1830s. Initially settling in Patterson, New Jersey, he later relocated to New York City where the explosive growth and bustling commerce inspired some of his most notable works. In this painting, the artist rendered the southern tip of the prospering city in the composition's background (beyond the calm waters of the Hudson River and the channel), with Manhattan's steeples visibly rising into the dusky, pink and blue sky. . Book.

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        Atlas De L'art Des Accouchements

      Victor Masson et Fils . 105 hand coloured lithographs, n.d circa 1865 Half morrocco, 5 gilt lined panels on spine, marbled boards, TEG, leather missing from corners of boards, which are bumped, edges of boards worn, hinges cracked slightly, boards well worn. Incomplete, missing plate no.33 which illustrates the external view of the female pudenda, and is therefore frequently missing from this work either owing to prurience or puritanical zeal. Sporadic foxing, but the plates are largely good and clean. Couple of early plates have pen annotations 20a

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        THE DYNAMICS OF A PARTI-cle, with an excursus on the new method of evaluation as applied to Third edition.

      28pp. Recently finely bound in half calf gilt over marbled boards with a leather label to upper cover. Very short tear at head of title; some soiling on last page where once upon a time this pamphlet was bound with other smaller Dodgson pamphlets; else a very good copy of a scarce item. Williams, Madan, Green 41b.

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        Mississippi River from Cairo Ill. to St. Mary's Mo. in VI sheets: Reconnaissance for the use of the Mississippi Squadron under command of Acting Rear Admiral S.P. Lee, U.S.N

      1865. unbound. very good(+). Sea chart in 3 sheets. Uncolored lithograph. Two inset panels on each page: each "panel" measures about 22 3/8" x 15.5", each page measures 27 5/8" x 34.25". Great large sea chart plotting the path of 115 miles of the Mississippi River from Cairo Illinois to St. Mary's Missouri. Usually found in six separate sheets, this rare example has the panels uncut (in three sheets). It was prepared by E.H. Gerdes during the Civil War to provide the Union with information to control the river. The chart is beautifully detailed showing surrounding banks, towns, forts and topographical features. Alexander Dallas Bache (1806-1867) was an incredibly prolific surveyor, who worked as the superintendent of the United States Coast Survey. Minor aging along original folds. Partial border missing on left side of each sheet, though the losses appear to be original.

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        The Golden Dragon of Golconda

      Canford Manor, 1865 In red cloth with gilt title, lines and tooling, beveled edges, corners and edges a little bumped and worn, some small marks to front and rear. Spine a little grubby, edges bumped and worn, title & tooling in gilt. Internally, dark green end papers, NO inscriptions etc, text block edges in gilt, (6), 302 pp, [6]. A narrative of 12th century India. With a note stating that it was bought from Canford House who also printed for some famous authors, including Tennyson, but the printings were in small numbers and always rare!. COPAC show copies at Oxford, BL & the V&A, however cannot find a copy sold at auction since 1976! Very rare

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        A Treatise on the Sanitary Management and Utilization of Sewage: Comprising Details of a System Applicable to Cottages, Dwelling-Houses, Public Buildings and Towns; Suggestions Relating to Arterial Drainage of the Country and the Water Supply of Rivers

      London: Longman, Green, Longman, Roberts & Green, 1865.. First ( & Only?) Edition. Cloth-Covered Boards. Very Good. 4to With the Author's Compliments Hardback, 4to. 200mm x 268mm tall, (8" x 10.5" approx.). Pp xiii, 84 + 9 hand-coloured plans (3 folding). Rubs to corners and prelims & margins toned, otherwise very good with some leaves remaining unopened, neatly recased with new endpapers, in the original, blind-ruled, brown cloth-covered boards/gilt title. With the Author's hand-written inscription to the half-title leaf "With the Authors (sic) Compliments"

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        Songs For The Classical Vocalist : First Series

      Ashdown & Parry, London. Binding: Hardcover. Book Condition: Good Condition. Dust Jacket Condition: No Dust Jacket. THIS IS ONE OF THE SCORES FROM OUR BOOK NUMBER #6647000 - IN ITALIAN. Undated c. 1865. Size: 13 inches tall by 9.5 inches. 5 pages. Quantity Available: 1. Shipped Weight: 750gms-1kgm. Category: Music; Inventory No: 6647009.

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        The New York Herald.

      Newspaper, disbound, 23" x 16", 8 pp. Probably removed, dbd, minor staining, a little creasing and fading; otherwise very good.This is an early report under the heading "Important Assassination of President Lincoln." This is the second morning edition with the 3 a.m. update from Edward Stanton, the Secretary of War, which indicates Lincoln was still alive, but in very bad shape. The article describes John Wilkes Booth, "the actor", as the alleged assassin of the president. It describes how Booth entered Lincoln's box and after shooting him, stating "Sic semper tyranis" before he leaped on to the stage. This report gives considerable detail about the how Washington reacted to the news, and the scene at Lincoln's deathbed. There is also a good deal of coverage of the assassination attempt on Secretary of State, William Seward. This paper represents an important piece of American history.

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        The Warhawk; A Tale Of The Sea - C1900

      London: C.H. Clarke.. Hardcover. Very Good. C1900, half leather, 382 pages, the book is undated but I have it on good authority that this title was reprinted / published in approx 1865 ? by C.H. Clarke, London E.C, a scarce edition of a scarce title. Boards are very good age considered, leather has a little rubbing but no damage, marbled paper has some rubbing and wear with a few edge knocks, heavier knock to top rear. Small school library plate to rear of front board ( Ashbrook ). Board rears and endpapers show some foxing, overall ageing with a darkening to the page edges, no further foxing or inscriptions, binding tight, pages clean.

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        Original [Double] Signed Photograph

      Rudyard [Joseph Rudyard Kipling, 1865-1936] & Andre Maurois [Emile Salomon Wihelm Herzog, 1885-1967] Kipling, Rudyard [Joseph Rudyard Kipling, 1865-1936] & Andre Maurois [Emile Salomon Wilhelm Herzog, 1885-1967]. Original 4" x 6" Black & White photo Signed. A terrific photo in excellent condition with strong signatures by both authors at the lower portion. A rather unique image set on the path of the estate gardens, with both authors relaxed & enjoying each others company. Although Kipling was 20-years older, he and Maurois were friends & colleagues. Beautifully framed & glazed & creatively triple matted to an overall size of 13" x 16. An excellent display. "A people always ends by resembling its shadow." Said by Kipling to Author & Critic André Maurois c. 1930, on the subject of the transformation of Germany. Quoted in Maurois, The Art of Writing, "The Writer's Craft," Sect. 2 (1960). Signed by Author. Original Photo. Framed & Glazed.

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        Reise in Mittelasien von Teheran durch die Turkmanische Wüste an der Ostküste des Kaspischen Meeres nach Chiwa, Bochara und Samarkand, ausgeführt im Jahr 1863.

      Leipzig, F. U. Brockhaus, 1865. 8vo. Contemporary blindstamped full cloth with gilt spine. XV,(3),352 pp. plus 1 lithographic folding map of Turkistan; hand colored in outline, and 12 wood engraved plates.. First German edition (an English edition was published in 1864). "This was the first journey of its kind undertaken by a Western European; and since it was necessary to avoid suspicion, Vámbéry could not take even fragmentary notes, except by stealth. He returned to Europe in 1864. That following June, he paid a visit to London, where he was treated as a celebrity because of his daring adventures and knowledge of languages. That same year, he published his 'Travels in Central Asia', based on the few, furtive notes he was able to make while traveling with the dervishes. Returning to Hungary, Vámbéry was appointed professor of Oriental languages at the University of Budapest in 1865, retiring in 1905." - Wikipedia

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        Ten years in Sweden being a description of the landscape, climate, domestic life, forests, mines, agriculture, field sports, and fauna of Scandinavia.

      By "an old bushman". London, Harrild, 1865. Stor 8:o. XVI,592,(8) s. Ngt nött och blekt vinrött dekorerat oklbd. Ryggen och pärmarnas falsar renoverade. Nya kompletterande för- och eftersättsblad. Inlagan med någon enstaka småfläck och några blad i början delvis loss i häftningen. Samtida tillskrift på smutstitelbladet: "The editor of the North British review". Med Gunnar Brusewitz exlibris.. Bring 819. Lundberg s. 4. Müntzing II:215. Schreber 413a. De avslutande opaginerade bladen är en förlagskatalog. Kapitel V, som upptar s. 207-592, har rubriken "A list of every animal found in Scandinavia, Finland, and Denmark, scientifically arranged with a short description of each". Författaren (1815-65) var engelsk journalist och naturforskare och under långa tider bosatt i Värmland, men reste även i Lappland. Gunnar Brusewitz hade markerat Wheelwrights uppgifter om råttplågan i Sverige. Brusewitz har ägnat Wheelwright ett kapitel i "Pärtkorgens hemlighet" där han bl.a. skriver om föreliggande arbete och tillägger: "Som författare står han i mitt tycke betydligt över Lloyd med sitt livliga journalistiska sinne, sin djupa bildning och drastiska humor."

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      Stockholm 1865 / Albert Bonniers 1865 / Örebro, N M Lindh 1859, 1.upplagorna, (8)+199+(1 blank)+124+(1)s med 8 kolorerade uniformsplanscher och 6 delkolorerade kartor / 79s med två tabeller / VIII+128s. Tre relaterade arbeten sammanbundna i ett samtida brunt halvmarokängband med förgylld ryggtitel, förgyllda bind- och kapitälorneringar, marmorerade snitt; spricka nedtill i främre ytterfalsen, lätt nött i rygg och pärmhörn, första titelbladet åldersbrynt, smärre marginalreva i två av kartorna, i övrigt ett komplett, välhållet ex med rena inlagor.. Inga häftesomslag medbundna

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        Crush-paper copy of book of his correspondence from Sept. 1862 to July 1865 (c. 600 letters)

      Colmar, 1862-1865. No Dust Jacket. Unique Manuscript Archive of his Scientific Thought Hirn, Gustave Adolfe (1815-90). Album containing crush-paper copies of ca. 600 A.Ls.s. and Ls.s. written between 13 Sept. 1862 and 9 July 1865. [Colmar, 1862-65]. 280 x 222 mm. Original cloth, suede backstrip with cloth label, paper label on front cover, worn at edges, corners & spine. One or two small tears, otherwise very good internally. Hirn, a civil engineer, was one of the first to investigate the phenomena of the steam engine, and he made several fundamental contributions to mechanics and thermodynamics, including his Exposition analytique et experimentale de la theorie mecanique de la chaleur (1862), one of the first systematic treatises on thermodynamics. The album we are offering contains crush-paper copies of ca. 600 letters that Hirn wrote between 1862 and 1865, shortly after the publication of his Exposition analytique (the crush-paper method of letter duplication involved pressing a freshly written letter against special absorbent paper; only one such copy could be made, so that our album is unique). The album almost certainly represents the most complete manuscript archive of Hirn's scientific thought and activity during this time, since the original letters duplicated here were sent to a number of different recipients, and many have probably not survived. Among the letters are several written to Francois Napoleon Marie Moigno (1804-84), the eminent Jesuit mathematician and physicist; one of most interesting of these is Hirn's letter to Moigno of 16 February 1864, containing a long and detailed discussion, intended for publication, of the thermodynamic principles of Rudolf Clausius (1822-88). Clausius's name appears numerous times in Hirn's correspondence, along with those of physicist Leon Foucault (1819-68) and chemist Henri Estienne St. Claire Deville (1818-81). Another letter, of 13 December 1862, is to Charles X. Thomas, inventor of the first commercially successful calculator; Hirn thanked Thomas (also a native of Colmar) for the receipt of his 16-digit Thomas Arithmometer, which Hirn used daily in his "laborious calculations in physics and mechanics." Hirn was impressed enough with the Thomas de Colmar Arithmometer that he published a paper on it the following year ("Notice sur l'utilite de l'arithmometre et de l'hydrostat," Annales du genie civil, 2nd part, 2 [1863]: 113-17; 152-64), which included "an exposition of advanced techniques which extended the arithmometer's reach beyond the apparent restrictions of the four basic arithmetical rules" (Johnston). Other letters in the album relate to Hirn's interests in climatology and meteorology, or to his business activities as director of the mechanical department of the mill he managed jointly with his brother-it was his connection with this mill that first led Hirn to investigate the mechanics of heat. Time has permitted us to make only a cursory examination of this unique album; a thorough study will surely reveal other letters of equal or greater interest. Wheeler Gift for Moigno. Aspray et al., Computing before Computers, p. 50 (Thomas). Johnston, "Making the Arithmometer Count" (internet reference).

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        Autograph letter Signed

      N.p., N.D. [1865]: Dumas Pere, 1865 Dumas, Pere, Alexander (1802-1870). Author of The Three Musketeers. 8vo., Autograph letter to Albéric. Signed. 1 1/2 pages on blue paper. An amazing letter. Dumas asks Albéric to insert in his newspaper "ce petit mot de moi qui annonce que le mousquetaire eat ressuscité et qui invite vos abonnés, dont le plus grand nombre m'a marqué rant de sympathy pour m'a salade et m'a soupe au choux, à lire le núméro du 3 November quoique'il n'y ait ni menu ni recette". Il fait ensuit allusion au Baron Brisse qui, après Emile de Girardin, remplace dans un journal si advantageusement le feuilleton". An amusing letter with good reference to The Musketeers, wrote a book of recipes & worked for the newspaper. Dumas was a French writer best known for his historical adventure novels including, The Count of Monte Cristo, The Three Musketeers, Twenty Years After, & The Vicomte de Bragelonne. These, his non-fiction works, & his many plays made Dumas one of the most widely read French authors in the world.. Signed by Author. Original Autographed Letters.

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      1865. Very Good. [AMERICANA - 19th CENTURY EPHEMERA] AMERICAN COW MILKER MACHINE POSTER, ORIGINAL. Buffalo, NY: Express Printing Company for the American Cow Milking Machine Co. [n.d. ca. 1865]. 42 x 26 3/4 inches. Woodblock printing: Boldest typeface measures 10 inches tall. L. O. Colvin's "American Cow Milker" was patented in 1860 as the first use of teat cups with a vacuum. The milker was used in England, but the constant vacuum pressure caused problems with the cows' teats. He sold the patent in England for about $5,000, after selling over 1,500 machines. He continued to make improvements and was more successful in America where this undated broadside was published. "Triumphant Success | The Most Important and Valuable Invention of the 19th Century" proclaims the headline; the company is seeking business men to invest/sell the machines; the farmer is being courted. "A sure cure for aching hands & kicking cows." Several archival tape repairs to reverse with no loss of text. Heavy newsprint stock, printed in black. A few small closed tears to edges, and some light foxing. Very good overall. We have located a smaller version of this advertisement, but none this size.

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        Lincoln Assassination Conspiracy Trial: Judge Bingham’s powerful argument for the prosecution in the trial of seven men and one woman accused of conspiring to assassinate President Lincoln

      First Edition. “Trial of the Conspirators for the Assassination of President Lincoln, &c. Argument Of John A. Bingham, Special Judge Advocate, In Reply to the Arguments of the Several Counsel for Mary E. Surratt, David E. Herold, Lewis Payne, George A. Atzerodt, Michael O’Laughlin, Samuel A. Mudd, Edward Spangler, and Samuel Arnold, Charged with Conspiracy and the Murder of Abraham Lincoln, Late President of the United States. Delivered June 27 and 28, 1865, before the Military Commission, Washington, D.C.” Government Printing Office: Washington, 1865. Soft Cover, 122pp, 5.75” x 8.75”. Front and back covers are loose and chipped at edges with one mid-horizontal tear at the right edge of the front cover. Owner’s name “Edw Elderkin” penned in upper right of front cover. Back cover irregularly toned. Other than tear and partial fraying at the left margin of the title page (same text as on the cover), the book, bound with string, is internally sound with light soiling on rear pages. Good Condition. Sabin 5451. Harvard Law Catalogue I:172. McDade 625. NYU, 994. On May 1, 1865, President Andrew Johnson ordered a trial be held for “the persons implicated in the murder of the late President…” Appointed by Pres. Lincoln in 1864 as Judge Advocate of the Union Army with the rank of Major, John A. Bingham was named the trial’s Special Judge Advocate. The book here offered is Judge Bingham’s reply to the arguments of each of the accused conspirators’ counsel. On June 30, 1865, the Military Commission decreed that all accused were guilty. Surratt, Herold, Payne, and Atzerodt were sentenced to die, O’Laughlin, Mudd, and Arnold to life terms, and Spangler to a prison term of six years.

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        Narrative of an Expedition to the Zambesi and its Tributaries;

      Albermarle Street, London: John Murray, 1865 And the Discovery of the Lakes Shirwa and Nyassa. 1858-1864. In contemporary maroon cloth, blind tooling, gilt slave trader image, corners and edges slightly bumped and worn, couple of tiny marks. Spine, has been professionally repaired at edges, titles in gilt, a little faded. Internally, dark maroon endpapers, hinges strengthened, pull out B&W frontis of the Zambesi present, vignette to title page, (xiv), [2], 608 pp, 12 pl, map, numerous illustrations in text, some of the plates by Thomas Baines, printed by W Clowes and Sons, Stamford Street and Charing Cross, London, clean and tight. Rare to find with its original cloth covers. (Osler 457. Allibone 1009 & 73)Livingstone, explorer and missionary, whose Zambezi expedition left Birkenhead on 10 March 1858, on the steamship Pearl, which carried, in three sections, a steam launch which had been hastily built by Macgregor Laird. This was called the Ma-Robert, the African name for Mary Livingstone, who was on board with her youngest son Oswell: See ODNB form a full Bio.

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        Verzeichniss der reptilien, welche auf einer reise im noerdlichen america beobachtet wurden.

      Dresden, E. Blochmann and Sohn, 1865. Large-4to (310 x 240mm). pp. viii, 141, (5), with 7 (4 folded) handcoloured lithographed plates. Contemporary blue worn and partly missing wrapper. Printed separately from 'Nova Acta Academiae Caesareae Leopoldinae', volume XXXII. Alexander Philipp Maximilian, prince of Wied-Neuwied was one of the greatest explorer-naturalists and ethnologists of the 19th century. He is best known for his 'Reise nach Brasilien' and 'Reise in das innere Nord-America'. "His major report on the reptiles 'Verzeichniss der Reptilien, welche auf einer reise im noerdlichen America beobachtet wurden', illustrated with seven beautifully handcoloured plates of turtles and salamanders by Bodmer, was published shortly before the prince's death, in Neuwied, on 3 February 1867" (Adler p. 22). Carl Bodmer is well known as illustrator of 19th century Native Americans. Apart from the worn wrappers, a fine unopenend copy. B.M.(N.H.)V, 2316; Nissen ZBI, 4400.

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        Entomologia vicentina ossia catalogo sistematico degl'insetti della provincia di vicenza con osservazioni e descrizioni di moltissime specie degl'insetti utili e dei nocivi particolarmente all'agricoltura colla giunta di un metodo pratico sulla caccia agl'insetti e sul modo di apparecchiarli per le collezioni... padova, tip. randi, 1865.

      Cm. 24, pp. 316. Piccolo fregio raffigurante una farfalla al frontespizio e 18 tavole fuori testo in litografia contenenti 270 incisioni di insetti, api, farfalle, scarafaggi, ecc... Legatura del tempo in mezza percallina, dorso liscio con titoli e filetti in oro, piatti in carta marmorizzata. Esemplare genuino, marginoso, a carte candide ed in eccellente stato di conservazione. Un paio di pagine con erudite note manoscritte (dell'autore?). Edizione originale ed unica di questo raro testo di entomologia vicentina.

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      London: Longman, Green and Co., 1865. Edited by Lady Theresa Lewis. 6 vols. 3 volumes extended to 6 by the insertion of 206 extra plates. Various pagination. Hardcover. 8vo size. Full crushed brown morocco. Gilt spines tooled in compartments with floral art nouveau motif. Boards double ruled in gilt. Board edges gilt, with gilt turn-ins. Top edges gilt. A spectacular set inside and out.Near fine/No jacket issued. (Multiple volumes - extra shipping charges apply) (Insurance required to ship this item).

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      Kimmel & Foster New York: Kimmel & Foster, 1865. 140 x 203 mm (5 1/2 x 8"). Attractively matted.Evidence of previous matting (faint brown line at bottom and along right, outside the image, where earlier mat must have been), otherwise fresh, clean, uncreased, and altogther fine. Looking at the island from a southern vantage point, this is a fascinating view of Manhattan and environs at the end of the Civil War, before the great bridges spanned the river. The surprisingly verdant Battery Park is in the foreground, with ships docked at the piers on the tip of the island. The river is swarming with boats, from three-masted tall ships to steamships and ferries--and more vessels are docked all around the edges of the island and across the river at the Brooklyn piers. The great bridges that will connect Manhattan with the outer boroughs have yet to be built, and the tallest structures in the city are the church steeples. In the far distance uptown, we can see the beginnings of Frederick Law Olmstead's Central Park. The density of the buildings and the bustling river traffic establish it as a vital commercial center, the seed of what would become the financial capital of the world.

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        Travels & Discoveries in the Levant

      Day & Son Limited London: Day & Son, Limited, 1865. First edition. Hardcover. vg. Octavo. 2 vols. (complete). XIV + 360 + XIV + 275pp. Full brown cloth with gold title on spines. Marbled paper edges. Folding map frontispiece in each volume. Fascinating account of the author's journey in the Levant. There, Newton was vice-consul between 1852 and 1859 and lead the British government's expedition to Asia Minor in 1856, where the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus, one of the seven wonders of the ancient world, was excavated. He became a curator at the British Museum in 1861. This work is beautifully illustrated with 41 plates and maps (including 2 frontispieces), some tinted plates, some double-page and folding, 9 folding maps/plans, 38 other illustrations. Modern binding. Both half title-pages slightly soiled, and partly chipped on volume I. 2" closed tear on frontispiece of first volume. Very minor foxing or soiling on few plates. Text in English. Overall, binding and interior in very good condition

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        CRANIA BRITANNICA. Delineations and Descriptions of the Skulls of the Aboriginal and Early Inhabitants of the British Islands: with Notices of Their Other Remains. Volume I. Text. Volume II. Plates and Descriptions. [bound with] "Osteological Contributions to the Natural History of the Chimpanzees (Troglodytes) and Orangs (Pithecus). No. IV. Description of the Cranium of an Adult Male Gorilla from the River Danger, West Coast of Africa, ... ". [1851]. By Professor Owen

      London:: Printed for the Subscribers,. 1865.. Folio. 14-7/8" x 11". 1st edition. 2 volumes in 1.. Period brown half-leather binding, with brown pebbled cloth boards. Marbled paper eps. TEG.. Ex-lib, with the usual markings, though not obtrusively or. obsessively so. Joints rubbed. A solid VG copy.. 66 plates (some folding). Intratextual cuts. Plus 5 plates illustrate the Owen article.

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        Illustrations of the Birds of California, Texas, Oregon, British and Russian America. Intended to Contain Descriptions and Figures of all North American Birds Not Given by Former American Authors, and a General Synopsis of North American Ornithology

      Philadelphia: J.B. Lippincott & Co., 1865. Tall 8vo., (10 x 6 4/8 inches). Hand-coloured lithographed frontispiece and 49 plates. Modern half red morocco, gilt by Zeahnsdorf, all edges gilt. Provenance: with the engraved armorial bookplate of Frederick Fermor-Hesketh, second baron Hesketh (1916-1955), on the front paste-down, his sale December 15th, 1999, lot 305. Second edition in book form, first published in parts between July 1853 and June 1855 (with a title-page issued in 1856), was intended to complement the octavo edition of Audubon's celebrated work "The Birds of America, from Drawings Made in the United States and their Territories". The annexation of Texas and the addition of California and New Mexico to the United States had led to increased exploration and research in the South West. "At first the Audubons were receptive...however, Cassin wanted shared credit on the title page and a free hand in correcting the errors of nomenclature of the elder Audubon, a touchy point with the sons. In the end, Cassin went on his own, although clearly following the Audubon format and also using J.T. Bowen as lithographer" (Reese). Catalogued by Kate Hunter. .

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        España Artística y Monumental. Vistas y Description de los Sitios y Monumentas mas notables de España. Texto redactado por Don Patricio de la Escosura. Litografiada por los principales Litografos de Paris

      Barcelona/Madrid, José Ribet/ Emilio Font 1865.. 3 vols. gr.-2°. 3 Bll., 99 S. 2 Bll.; 2 Bll., 91 S. 1 Bl.; 3 Bll., 103 (2) S. Mit insges. 141 (v. 144) tonlithogr. Taf. HLdr. d. Zt. Mit Rückengoldpräg. Es fehlt d. Frontisp. im 1. Bd. u. 2 Taf. im 2. Bd. (Abside interoir de la catredal de Burgos; Portada de la capilla de Reyes Nuevos); 2 Taf. m. kl. Einr., 3 Textbll. gelockert. Durchgeh. gebräunt bzw. stockfl. Prachtwerk mit großformatigen, getönten lithograph. Tafeln bekannter Monumente, Kathedralen, Paläste etc. v. Bachelier et Bayot , Arnouth Fichot, Asselineau u. a. nach Jenaro Pérez de Villaamil y Duguet (1807-1854). Zweispaltiger Druck, französisch-spanisch.

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        Altona. Kolor. Lithographie nach J. Gottheil bei Loeillot. Berlin, um 1865. 41 x 52 cm. Gerahmt.

      Großes Panorama in der Mitte und 8 Randansichten von Rainville's Garten, Dreifaltigkeits Kirche, Rathausmarkt, Heiligegeist Kirche, Schmidt's Tivoli, Gas Ansalt, Altona von der Nordseite und Krankenhaus. Dazwischen dezente Ornamentverzierung.- Leicht gebräunt im äußersten Rand am Passepartout.

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        The Flag of America Shall Never Grow Dim, Nor One Star be Obliterated from its Bright Galaxy! Maj. Gen. Hancock's First Army Corps of Veterans. A splendid opportunity to form a grand national guard, to vindicate the national honor, in defiance of all the enemies of the institutions of America. Recruiting office, "Berry's Marquee," 106 S. Sixth Street. ... Veterans, to the front! ... Application may be made, personally or by letter, to Benjamin Franklin, Chief of Detective Police, Mayor's Office, Philadelphia

      Philadelphia: n.p. [1865]. First edition. Broadside. A very good copy, small cellotape repair at fold, minor wear at extremities, small crease. 19 x 12 inches (48 x 30 cm). Three illustrations show an artillery man before a canon, a sailor, and a mounted cavalryman. A recruitment broadside for Winfield Scott Hancock's First Army Corps of Veterans by Philadelphia Chief of Detective Police, Benjamin Franklin. On the 28th of November, 1864, an order was issued by the War Department for raising and organizing twenty thousand infantry under command of Major General Winfield S. Hancock, to be enlisted for not less than one year. The privates were to consist only of able-bodied veterans who had served honorably, not less than two years, and therefore not subject to the draft; the officers to be commissioned by the President from those who had honorably served not less than two years. Shows the multiple bounties paid for varying terms of enlistment. Quite uncommon. OCLC locates only two copies: Lib. Co. Phila. & Lib. Congress.

      [Bookseller: Kaaterskill Books, ABAA/ILAB]
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      London: Alfred William Bennett, 1865.. 270pp. plus twenty-four original photographs. Quarto. 20th-century three- quarter green morocco and cloth by Root & Son, a.e.g. Front hinge cleanly separated. All of the photographs in excellent condition. Very good. The first American literary volume illustrated with original photographs. The twenty-four beautiful photographs by Francis Frith are scenes captured during Frith's travels in Switzerland and elsewhere in Europe. Includes a preface by Frith. "The book is notable for its direct association of landscape photographs as non-literal visual equivalents of literary ideas" - TRUTHFUL LENS. "...HYPERION was a touristic narrative. Set in the early nineteenth century, the story's trajectory follows the course of the Rhine, with stops at tourist sites. The year before this edition was published, Frith had traveled the Rhine, and from those travels had produced THE GOSSIPING PHOTOGRAPHER ON THE RHINE. It is possible to imagine him picking up a copy of HYPERION on those travels, much like the clientele of Tauchnitz, or simply bringing it along to guide his perambulations and then deciding that it was a good idea to illustrate it himself. In any case, the photographs that resulted from this trip found their way into HYPERION...Thus Frith was not only the consumer but also the producer of the illustrated novel, and performed both the functions of the reader tracing the protagonist's journey and of the photographer confirming the fact of the journey through photographs" - Armstrong. See Carol Armstrong's book for an exhaustive scholarly treatment of the relationship between Frith's photography and Longfellow's text. TRUTHFUL LENS 106. Armstrong, SCENES IN A LIBRARY (1998), pp.284, 332-42, and passim.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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      Raleigh: Wm. B. Smith & Co., 1865.. 32pp. Original pictorial wrappers. Old stamp on front wrapper, titlepage and several text leaves. Foredge trimmed quite close, shaving a few letters from the final word in each line. Otherwise a very good copy. In a half morocco box. A scarce Confederate romance, illustrated on the front wrapper with a macabre scene of a soldier leaning on his rifle among a sea of skulls. Styled on the titlepage "Southern Field and Fireside Novelette 2 - New Series." Parrish & Willingham locate twenty-eight copies. PARRISH & WILLINGHAM 6307. CONFEDERATE BELLES-LETTRES 27.

      [Bookseller: William Reese Company - Americana]
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      1865. FRY, Francis, F.S.A. A DESCRIPTION OF THE GREAT BIBLE, 1539, and the Six Editions of Cranmer's Bible, 1540 and 1541, Printed by Grafto and Whitechurch: also of the Editions, in Large Folio, of the Authorized Version of the Holy Scriptures, Printed in the Years 1611, 1613, 1617, 1634, 1640. Illustrated with Titles, and with Passages from the Editions, the Genealogies, and the Maps, Copied in Facsimile, also with Identification of every Leaf of the First Seven, and of many Leaves of the other Editions; on Fifty-One Plates. TOGETHER WITH AN ORIGINAL LEAF OF EACH OF THE EDITIONS DESCRIBED. London, Willis and Sotheran, 1865. Folio. 41.7 x 27 cm. [viii], 42pp. + 52[f., with two charts, one of them folding, and 14 original leaves from early Bibles. Francis Fry, a Quaker and an Abolitionist, based his fortune on railroads and the Fry chocolate factory. He collected more than 1300 early Bibles, focussing on Tyndale, Coverdale and Cranmer. This is an extraordinary leaf book, in almost perfect condition. Small library stamp to verso of title-page; small tear to edge of p. 29, not affecting text; toning and half-inch tear to edge of folding chart. Rebound to period in half morocco and marbled boards.

      [Bookseller: Boston Book Company]
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        Histoire de la Revolution Francaise

      Paris - Furne, 1865 Book. Very Good. Hardcover. A comprehensive history of the events of the French Revolution, in French. Thirteenth edition. Marie Joseph Louis Adolphe Thiers was a French politician and historian. Thiers was a prime minister under King Louis-Philippe of France. Following the overthrow of the Second Empire he again came to prominence as the French leader who suppressed the revolutionary Paris Commune of 1871. From 1871 to 1873 he served initially as Head of State (effectively a provisional President of France), then provisional President. When, following a vote of no confidence in the National Assembly, his offer of resignation was accepted (he had expected a rejection) he was forced to vacate the office. He was replaced as Provisional President by Patrice de Mac-Mahon, Duke of Magenta, who became full President of the Republic, a post Thiers had coveted, in 1875 when a series of constitutional laws officially creating the Third Republic were enacted. With fifty-four plates, collated complete. Complete in ten volumes. Condition: In half-morocco bindings with marbled boards. Externally sound, with some rubbing and some light wear to the spines and extremities. Loss to front board of volume III and rear board of volume IV. Internally, firmly bound. Bookplates to front pastedowns. Pages are bright, but with some scattered light spotting. Overall: VERY GOOD..

      [Bookseller: Rooke Books]
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        CRANIA BRITANNICA. Delineations and Descriptions of the Skulls of the Aboriginal and Early Inhabitants of the British Islands: with Notices of Their Other Remains. Volume I. Text. Volume II. Plates and Descriptions. [bound with] "Osteological Contributions to the Natural History of the Chimpanzees (Troglodytes) and Orangs (Pithecus). No. IV. Description of the Cranium of an Adult Male Gorilla from the River Danger, West Coast of Africa, ... ". [1851]. By Professor Owen

      London:: Printed for the Subscribers,. 1865.. Folio. 14-7/8" x 11". 1st edition. 2 volumes in 1.. Period brown half-leather binding, with brown pebbled cloth boards. Marbled paper eps. TEG.. Ex-lib, with the usual markings, though not obtrusively or. obsessively so. Joints rubbed. A solid VG copy.. 66 plates (some folding). Intratextual cuts. Plus 5 plates illustrate the Owen article.

      [Bookseller: Tavistock Books, ABAA]
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